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you on the markets. >> diving straight into derivatives with the options insight. jim stuber joins me in studio for his insight into the options world. the options market in the red after tensions rise between the ukraine and russia. how are you seeing this layout? >> this is on the other side of escalation. we did not see significant hedging activity. the real action happening in etfs like rfx. the largest trade is an opening seller of 21 strike put. they are expressing the view that there is limited downside. they will get long in the stock about 10% lower. they are pocketing $2 million in premium to express that view. we are estimating that seeing that similar in the options market. not going to escalate significantly. >> we did see the biggest selloff in five years and russian equities today. >> that is where the options market is now. whether it is complacency or not, we will see. we will look at six options as well. the most actively traded blind is in march 16 strike calls and the closing seller. you do not see significant long. they are taking advantage of a lift in volatility
at the forward guidance? we have at other fed officials on these programs, jim was with us not long ago, and talk about quality of guidance. what does that mean, can you give us some kind of idea? that is what i want to find out because it will set the tone for how people trade. >> last month, given the quality of unemployment, this is qualitative. we are backtracking echoplex they got to the top faster than expected because of a lot of reasons, potential rates -- this is not just one number, the broader labor market. what kinds of markets will they see with participation rates, part time in that sort of thing? >> that just leads to more work for you, michael. >> full employment for economic editors. >> i would like to bring in my guest host for the hour, peter you --dean of the him i mio school of business. it is a great day to have you here during janet yellen's testimony. what are you hoping to hear today. your students who are new to the business and economics, they are listening. what do you take away from here cap go >> the first thing, labor markets. the economy added 254,000 new jobs, in
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